Miami Heat versus Golden St Warriors NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The Miami Heat will be on the road for game five of six on this current trip as they make a stop in Northern California to face the upstart Golden St Warriors in NBA action on Wednesday night January 16th.

The Heat and Warriors begin from Golden St at 10:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN will carry the game live over national television.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Miami Heat favored by –2 ½ points with an over under line of 202. Those wagering on the road favorite Miami Heat on the money line will lay –145 odds. Bettors who believe that the Golden St Warriors can earn the straight up win on Wednesday will be paid +125 odds for their money line wager.

The Miami Heat is a losing team on the road this season as the team is 8-9 straight up. There is a weakness on this current team that is being exploited by opponents on the season. Miami is the worst rebounding team in basketball because they lack size in the paint. In four games on this road trip the Heat have a win against a bad team in Sacramento with losses to Utah, Portland and Indiana. Dwyane Wade is struggling on the offense end of the court as he has scored 11 points total over is past two games. In the Heats 104-97 loss to Utah on Monday they get out rebounded by Utah by 17 boards. Next up for Miami will be the Lakers at Staples Center tomorrow on TNT. Golden St is the fifth ranked NBA rebounding team on the year. They are in a bit of a funk right now with three losses over their past four games. It seems like that 115-89 road loss on January 5th to the LA Clippers hurt their confidence a bit. The Warriors last played on Sunday where they were defeated 116-105 at the Denver Nuggets. Golden St beat Miami on December 12th on the road by the score of 97-95 and covering as a +8 ½ point underdog. Klay Thompson scored 27 points and pulled down seven boards in the win.

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